For those that are picky about all the fluid not being changed then all you have to do is drain it twice and put all new in its place. Note: all capacities are approximate. My original trans died at 131,000 miles. . Soon after changing fluid, the lockup torque converter clutch material disolved and circulated through the tranny. Regular transmission service is necessary to keep your car on the road. If the transmission fluid level on your Impala is low, you need to add fluid through the dipstick tube.
The fluid had turned from a pinkish red to a dark dark red. Do not overtighten the bolts! Then it will bang and start moving. There are many things people should do after so many miles being put on your car maintain oil, gas cleaner, oil cleaner the fluid section at Walmart has so many things at a price you will like. John has the right idea on a lot of key topics. You need to distinguish as to which cylinder you are referring.
Note: not all air conditioning refrigerants are the same. You will need a rebuild after 275,000 anyway most likely. Hold the slave cylinder at a 45 degree angle with the bleeder screw facing upward. If the air conditioning system in your vehicle needs refrigerant, be sure the proper refrigerant is used. Make sure to disconnect the negative battery cable first. To determine the preferred viscosity for this vehicle's engine, refer to.
. When adding, be sure to fill to the appropriate level, as recommended in user manual for your Chevrolet Impala 2001. All need to be used, and not abused too much. Turn it slightly from side to side while pulling down, then reach up and pull out the collar. That is back and forth corner to corner. When I drained on my 2008 Impala, about 7 - 8 quarts came out, I reckon about a couple quarts are in the torque converter.
Weekend drives, or slow pitch softball to keep active and lubed. Only wish I got better that 21. If you can plug in a blender, you can change plug wires. I drop the pan , clean the pan and magnet and change the filter. Don't know why it has to be so confusing, but if anyone is buying plugs in the future the 41-985 listed in a post above is 41-110 at some of the retail outlets.
When adding, be sure to fill to the appropriate level, as recommended in user manual for your Chevrolet Tahoe 2001. I do not believe in pressurized flushing of the transmission because I have heard of situations where this messes up the transmission. Don't know why it has to be so confusing, but if anyone is buying plugs in the future the 41-985 listed in a post above is 41-110 at some of the retail outlets. The fluid was good, not dirty or burnt. The box I have is 41-110. If you have a clutch then you have a clutch master and slave cylinder.
If you want to change engine oil, for instance, by yourself and save a couple of bucks you need to know how much this fluid engine oil is needed for Chevrolet Impala 2001. Now my 2011 Impala sometimes does not move right away when I step on the gas. A transmission shop can change them, but you are looking at a several hundred dollar repair bill at least. Then from 1 to 2, to D, to N, to R, to P, waiting a second or two in each gear. If so place the tub under the tranny, pull the dipstick, unplug the drain plug and let it drain give it a few hours to make sure the torque converter also dumps. If it is left in too long, the fluid becomes an enemy to the transmission, losing its lubrication and cooling ability and it becomes abrasive, eating away at clutch materials, etc.
Note: all capacities are approximate. I know it's hard to believe, but I also noticed after scouring the user manual there is no mention of a need to replace the transmission fluid. They make a cork and a rubber gasket. Especially if you have 2- 300,000 on the truck. Raise and support the vehicle. If you are having problems with the transmission in your Impala, such as clunky shifting or hesitation, check the fluid level first - it is amazing how many drivers pay thousands of dollars for transmission work when a half quart of transmission fluid would have fixed the problem. So they say a lot of things just so they can get you to spend more money at them shops.